MAXOAK 26756mAh at a glance
43.2 oz / 1224 g
High speed charging
Qualcomm Quick Charge
Power Delivery (PD)
Output: 5V/3.0A, 9V/3.0A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/2.25A
The power bank is safe to take on board. It's under the specified TSA limit of 100 Wh. Read more about taking power banks on planes.
LED power indicator
Short circuit protection
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MAXOAK 26756mAh Power Bank With AC outlet Review
The MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh is an incredibly powerful power bank with AC outlet that supports a wide range of devices. You can simultaneously charge all your electronic gadgets via the 45W PD 3.0 USB-C bidirectional input/output port, USB-A port, and AC outlet. It also provides a variety of safety features while you’re replenishing your smartphone, laptop, tablets, etc. Built with high-quality materials, this unit is perfect to take with you whenever you’re on-the-go or just looking for an outdoor experience.
The MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank can be recharged in three different ways. Either from the AC outlet, USB-C bidirectional input/output port, or the car recharge. In order to replenish the power bank through the car charger, you’ll need to purchase a DC12v to AC Power Inverter or USB-C PD car charger. The unit comes bundled with a 30W PD Quick Charge AC adapter, allowing you to recharge through the wall outlet, which will take approximately four to five hours to replenish.
There are two USB-A ports and one PD 3.0 45W USB-C port on the power bank that can provide a charge for your devices, even while you’re on-the-go. You can use the AC 120V output to power devices, such as laptops (max 100W), camera, video game consoles, light, a TV screen, and other AC-powered gadgets as long as they’re under 100W. The AC outlet is best to be used with a laptop charger since most of them have a rating of over 45W, which isn’t suitable for the PD 45W port. The Power Delivery 3.0 45W bidirectional USB-C input/output port can replenish the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and 5V/3A devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and other USB-C devices. The bidirectional feature means you can use the port to charge the power bank and any USB-C devices.
The two USB-A ports that feature Quick Charge have a voltage rating of 5V/3A. This is higher than most chargers that have the standard 2.4A output for USB-A ports. The 45W PD 3.0 USB-C port has a rating of 5V/3.0A | 9V/3.0A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/2.25A. This provides a faster charge than other power banks with a lower-rated PD USB-C port.
You can connect a 3-prong connector to the AC 120V outlet, rated at 100W of continuous power with a 140W peak power output. It also has an overload at 105W≤load<140W@10S; 140W≤firstname.lastname@example.org. The frequency rating of the AC outlet is 50/60Hz, which can be adjusted between the two. The AC outlet can provide 1.86-2 full charges to the MacBook 12”, 1.5-2 charges to the MacBook Pro 13.3” and 1 charge to the MacBook Pro 15”. Refreshing times vary, depending on whether or not you’re using the laptop while it’s being replenished.
This power bank with AC outlet has universal compatibility. It can power-up any Android, Apple, and many other devices via PD 3.0 USB-C input/output port. It will provide a full charge to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy S10, iPhone XS Max, OnePlus 7 Pro, etc. up to five times since they have a 4,000mAh battery capacity or higher.
It can replenish an iPhone X and a drone 9 times. Tablets and laptops, on the other hand, have very large batteries. You can expect it to provide 2 full charges to a 45W Dell laptop, 1.5 charges to a MacBook Pro 2018, and 3.5 charges to an iPad mini.
The MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh also supports pass-through charging, allowing you to charge your devices while the power bank with AC outlet is being replenished.
The MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank is larger than traditional portable chargers, measuring 7.1” long, 3.9” wide, and 2.3” thick. It’s also a bit heavy, weighing 2.75 pounds, which isn’t surprising to see since it has a high power capacity with an AC outlet. Considering its rather large size and weight for a power bank, you won’t be able to fit it into your front or back pocket. Instead, it’s more ideal to carry it around in your hand or store it away in your backpack or messenger bag while you’re on-the-go, or even on an outdoor expedition, like hiking, or a camping trip.
Despite its large capacity, the power bank with AC outlet is safe to take on an airplane all over the world. It has 99Wh, which falls just shy of the 100Wh limit stipulated by the TSA. You can store it away in your carry bag while on the flight.
This portable charger is a bit bigger than SinKeu’s 65W power bank (6.8” x 2.8” x 1.78”) and over a pound heavier (1.1lbs). But, Sikon’s 31200mAh portable charger is similar in size (8.3” x 2.7” x 2.7”, 2.1lbs). Either of these devices could be perfect for you, depending on your wants/needs.
Look and feel
The sleek and stylish MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank has a decent build featuring an aluminum alloy casing with a shiny finish that covers most of the unit, available only in black. It has a rectangular-like shape with rounded corners that complement the charger pretty well. This gives it a durable and smooth design that’s perfectly suitable for camping, hiking, or general outdoor use.
It also comes packaged with a carry bag, a USB-Type C cable, and a PD 30W AC adapter. The carry bag provides enough room for the power bank to be stored away while you’re moving around. Everything else, including the buttons and ports, feel solid and well-built for the unit.
On the front face of the power bank, you’ll find two USB-A ports and a PD 3.0 45W USB-C port near the bottom of the device, just below the white panel LED flashlight. On the left and right-hand side, you’ll see two USB-A output ports and in the middle, a bidirectional PD 3.0 45W USB-C input/output port. The LED light button is located on the left-hand side of the white panel with the DC/AC power button on the right-hand side. Just above the three USB ports, below the white panel, you’ll find a strip of five LED battery indicator lights.
On the back of the MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank, you’ll find the AC outlet along with the AC indicator light.
Pressing the DC/AC power button for one second will turn on the DC output and LED battery indicator lights. While the power bank is charging, the LED battery lights will flash in sequence to indicate how much of the device has been charged. When it’s been replenished, the lights will turn solid. In order to begin charging via the USB-C/USB-A ports, you can just connect your devices with the cable and it will charge automatically.
Pressing the DC/AC power button again will turn on the power for the AC outlet. The AC indicator LED light will glow green, letting you know the outlet has been turned on. If you press and hold down the DC/AC power button for three seconds, it will turn off the power bank. To turn on the flashlight, which has three modes, you will need to press and hold the LED light button. To switch through the different settings, simply press the button once for half-bright, again for full-bright, again for SOS, and one final time to turn it off.
Durability & build quality
Even though it has a decent build quality, the entire unit isn’t rugged. Not only that, but it doesn’t have any shockproof or water-resistant ratings, so it’s not safe from drops or wet conditions. However, the upside to the aluminum alloy shell is that it dissipates heat much better than a fan does. This helps it keep silent while charging your devices.
The MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank is still pretty reliable with the Battery Management System (BMS). It provides protection for the charger by keeping the device safe from overcharge, overvoltage, overcurrent, short circuit, and overheating. It also contains a QC certificate, so you’re ensured the device is built with the highest quality. It’s also CE, FCC, RoHS, and PSE certified, meaning this power bank is built with the highest safety standards.
When you purchase the unit, you’ll also receive a 12-months warranty card. If your device is damaged or defective, you can return it to the manufacturer for an exchange or refund.
Overall, the MAXOAK AC10 26756mAh power bank is a handy device that will allow you to charge your smartphone, tablets, laptops and many other devices. Thanks to the 45W PD 3.0 USB-C port, USB-A ports and AC outlet, it can provide multiple chargers to your electronic gadgets. The size and powerful capacity make it ideal for use as an emergency back-up. It also has an LED flashlight built-in, so you can use it when you need it the most. The sturdy build will ensure it lasts through its life and provides protection, so you can be assured it will deliver power to your devices with a safe, reliable and efficient charge.
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